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THEIHOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1913
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of an execution duly Is
sued by ths Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I he State of Oregon for Hood River
County, dated April 26th A. D. 1913.
In a certain action pending In the said
Circuit Court wherein Netli A Co.,
Collectors, a corporation as plaintiff
recovered a judgment against Henry
Steed, aa defendant, for the aunt of
Fifty-one and 68-100 Dollars (51.68)
with Interest thereon at the rate of
2 per cent per annum from October
3rd, 1912. the further sum of Sixty
Dollars ($60.00) as and for attorneys
fees and the sum of Sixteen and 30-100
Dollars ($16.30) costs and disburse
ments taxed in aaid action, on Jan
uary 16th A. D. 1913, in which Judg
ment It was further ordered by the
Court, that the real property attached
in said action, and hereinafter de
scribed, be sold for the satisfaction
of said judgment in the manner provid
ed by law, and which said execution
la against and directs that the here
inafter described real property be sold
to satisfy said sums and the costs
and expenses of said sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
I will on the 29th day of May. 1913, at
the front door of the Court House in
the City of Hood River.County of Hood
River. State of Oregon, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, sell at
public auction for cash to the highest
bidder, the following described real
property situated In the County of
Hood River and State of Oregon, to
wit: Lot Two (2) in Block Two (2) of
Blowers' Addition to the Town,
now City, of Hood River, Lot Two
(2) In Block One (1) of Adams'
Addition to the City of Hood Riv
er, and Lots Nine (9) and Ten
(10) in Block Five (5) of Idle
wllde Addition to Hood River, all
according to the duly recorded
maps or plats thereof,
or so much thereof as may be neces
sary to satisfy said judgment In favor
of said Neth & Co., Collectors, a cor
poration against said Henry Steed
wltih the said interest thereon, togeth
er with all costs and disbursements
that have or may accrue.
Dated April 28th, 1913.
THOS. F. JOHNSON,
As Sheriff of Hood River
County, State of Oregon.
NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Hood
In th matter of the Estate of Philip
Kolh , deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned as Administratrix of the Es
tate of Philip K oil as, deceased, did
on the 25th day of April, 1913, duly
file her final account as such Adminis
tratrix with the Clerk of the County
Court of Hood River County, Oregon
and that on the 25th day of April
1913, the Judge of said Court duly
made and filed an order fixing the
day for the hearing of objections to
such final account, and the settlement
thereof, and of the estate and distri
button of the same, and fixing the 2nd
day of June 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m
at the County Court House in the
City of Hood River, Oregon, as the
time and place of such hearing.
NOW THEREFORE, all persons in
terestod in said estate are hereby no
tified to appear at said time and place
and show cause If any they have why
said final account should not be al
lowed, and in all thingg approved and
confirmed and the assets distributed
and claims paid, and said administra
trix discharged and said estate be
declared settled and closed.
The day of the first publication of
this notice will be April 30th, 1913.
Dated April 26th, 1913.
MARIA THERESA KOLLAS,
As administratrix of the Estate
of Philip K oil as, deceased.
L. A. & A. P. REED,
Attorneys for Administratrix,
Hood River, Oregon.
Scores o womeu show a
preference for these
They're neatly made of
fine nainsook, with dainty
lice insertions and beau
tiful medallions and edg
es to match. All sizes
too, 'find preat favor with
all that try them. They are made of fine nain
sook and have dainty ruffle of embroidery. The
LADIES' MUSLIN DRAWERS 25c
They are made of excellent quality cambric, in
plain, lace or embroidery flounce, and shown in
straight or circular styles. You choice, the pair
DAINTY CORSET COVERS made of
Fine Nainsook and shown In a large
Assortment of Pretty Styles, with
Dainty Trimmings of Laces, Ribbons
and Embroideries, all Sizes. Your
LADIES' GOWNS 50
A Good Assortment of Styles in high
neck, V-Neck and low neck. Made
of High Quality Cambric and Outing
Flannel trimmed with Embroideries
and Lace. Every Garment well-tnljde
and neatly finished. YOUR CHOICE
SEASON IS HERE
And you will find just the Shape and
Style you want In our Vast Assort
ment of New Styles. Heavy Straws,
Fine Split Straws in Stiff Brims and
Soft Styles, Panamas In Several Shap
es. You will profit by seeing what
we have in store for you.
One Table full of Specials in Val
ues up to 50 cents for YOUR CHOICE
SPECIALS THIS WEEK
LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDRENS
CANVAS OXFORDS with low, me-,
dium and high Heels. Just about Ull
Sizes in the Lot. Slightly soiled but
there are Values In This Lot up to
$1.50 and we know you cannot pass
them by for THE PAIR ONLY 25c
MENS' BANDANA HANDKER
CHIEFS in Red, Blue and plain
White, full size and fast Colors, Your
Choice Each g
INFANTS' HOSE with shaped Foot
made of Fine Lisle, Sizes to 5', '2 In
Black and Tan. Some of these are of
the BLACK CAT and Other Stan
dard Brands, regular 25c Sellers, spe
cial this Week the Pair J5C
MENS' FINE FRENCH BALBRIG
GAN UNDERWEAR comes with neat
Pin Stripe pattern goods that sell
for 60c a Garment in most places; we
have not all Sizes, being mostly large,
in both Shirts and Drawers, Your
Choice the Garment 9g
Mens fins Chambray WORK SHIRTS
come in Plain Blue and Tan, worth
45c anywhere, OUR PRICE 35c
MEN'S GUARANTEED CORDUR
OY TROUSERS. THE PAIR . $2
LADIES' BELTS, Values up to 50c,
YOUR CHOICE 10c
YOUNG MEN want the new Sack
Suit Styles that we are showing this
Spring; we've never shown better
Suit Styles than these. The Fabrics
are all Wool, chosen for Young Men;
the designing done by Young Men for
Young Men. NOBODY BUT HART,
SCHAFFNER A MARX.
DOES IT JUST THIS WAY.
We've brought these goods to you be
cause we want you to have the Best.
H. S. & M, SUITS FOR
S18, S20, S22 AND S25
OR IF YOU DO NOT CARE TO PUT
THIS MUCH INTO A SUIT Just now
let us show you one of Our Dandy All
Wool CLOTHCRAFT SUITS guar
anteed to give you Satisfaction in
every way and to be made of All
Wool Materials. They have come In
all the Lfctest Weaves and Patterns
and we have them for
S10, $11, S12 AND UP
Come in and see them We
will be pleased to show you any time
that you care to look them over ven
though you are not quite ready to
Hood Pi-Jers Largest and Hcst J1orc
NOTICE OF FILING OF REPORT BY
Pursuant to Chapter 9 of the Chart
er of the City of Hood River, notice
is hereby given that the City Survey
or has heretofore on the 7th day of
April, 1913, filed with the undersign
ed City Recorder, his report and plat
of the proposed change in Sherman
Avenue in front of and extending
along Lot 4, Block 1, Waucoma Addi
tion to the City of Hood RJver, con
taining a plat of the survey and change
appropriated for such change, and
of said street and the portion of each
Vot, part of lot or tract required to be
that the same will be presented to
the Common Council of the City of
Hood River, along with proof of pub
lication or this NoUce at its next reg
ular meeting after the completion
thereof, and all persons having any
Interest In said matter, or objections
to file thereto, are required to present
the same at said meeting of the Com
mon Council, to-wit: At Its meeting
on the 6th day of May, 1913.
This notice is dated and first pub
lished this 16th day of April. 1913.
H. L. HOWE.
16 II City Recorder.
The light showers which fell Sun
day showed at sunset to have been
snow on the hills beyond Neal Creek.
It was quite cold here that evening.
The plum and cherry trees are now
all a lovely garden and added to their
color is the brilliant red of the wild
flowering currant, which will well re
pay transplanting. There was even
a sort of crude poetry in the long line
of gravel wagons which was bound
early Monday morning for Ben
Krohn's gravel pit. The faithful and
Intelligent work of Supervisor Lacey
shows to great advantage now on our
roads. We never had better and he
means to keep them so.
Percy Shelley of Sandy came up
for a few days, leaving Monday morn
ing for Portland to meet Mrs. Shelley
and John, who came from a visit to
their grandparents ao Hillsboro.
Dane Kemp had an attack of grippe
on his way home from California,
but is now feeling very well again.
Mrs. Ida Young was so ill Thurs
day night as to have to call Dr. Dut
ro. The trouble is asthmatic bron
chitis. She is now able to be around
Mrs. Emil Schiller is visiting her
mother, Mrs. C. C. Masiker.
Mr. and Mrs. Masiker will "soon be
at home at their place on Neal
Will Kemp is delivering for Purdy
Guy Talmage and Will Kemp are
engaged in rebuilding the new hotel
near Welch's across the mountains,
the building having been badly dam
aged by the winter storms.
Thanks are due to Oscar Sherell
and Annie Hall for finding and re
storing the shawl spoken of a couple
of weeks ago.
Roy Krohn has stood very high
in his classes (ninth grade, Odell)
and will not have to take examina
tions. He has gone to work for
Frank Stanton. Roy is a good work
er as well as a fine student.
J. T. Mitchell expects to'have Mr.
and Mrs. B. T. Young's new house
done this week. It is a beautiful
building. One of its chief features
is an upstairg sleeping porch which
will mean, we hope, health and long
li.'e to those who use it. Their many
friends congratulate them on their
posession of so lovely a home set in
such glorius mountains. Why does
anyone seek a home elsewhere?
Other church notices not previous
ly handed in could not be obtained by
phont-stds the wires were out of com
mission and as a consequence the
phone service has been dead
about half the time lately and it is
hard after having had good service,
o get what we have had lately, but
we believe it will very soon improve.
Farent-Teachers' Circle meets Fri
day night at the schoolhouse. This
is the last meeting before school is
out so come at least to say good bye
to the teachers. We are fortunate
in having such capable ones.
Rev. J. G. Tate Will preach for Mr.
Hargreaves at the Federated church
next Sunday evening. Those who
know Mr. Tate will anticipate his
coming with great pleasure. Those
who are not acquainted can be assur
ed of a profitable meeting.
Miss Anne Yannett has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Sam Campbell.
Mrs. Brown of Hood River is visit
ing friends in Pine Grove.
We are very glad to learn that Les
ter Jeffries has come home to spend
the summer with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Jeffries.
Miss Jessie Turney, who has spent
the winter with her sister here, left
Friday for Marshfield to visit an aunt.
Miss Kveyln accompanied her to
Portland, returning Sunday evening.
Mrs. Scott and children, who have
spent the past three months in their
IF YOU INVESTIGATE
HAYES FIG II PRESSURE SPRAYERS
and are not biased, jou will at least want to buy one because
you can get more value for your money. Don't take our
word or .your neighbor's...
Come and See Them
We also have a supply of Koche Harbor Lime, Bluestone
Lime, Sulphur Spray, Arsenate of Lead, Uuion Meat Co.'s
Beaver Brand Fertilizer. Don't forget to advise your wants
in Apple Boxes, Berry Crates, Hay, Grain and Feed.
We can serve you best when you keep ud advised.
HOOD RIVER APPLE GROWERS' UNION
old home in Indianapolis, returned
home last Tuesday. She was ac
companied by Miss Huett, who will
visit her for some time.
Miss Ada Mark, a Pine Grove girl
and a graduate of our school, who is
at the Willamette University at Sa
lem, has been elected May Queen for
the coming May festival at that place.
Quite a number from Pine Grove
attended the moving pictures entitl
ed "From the Manger to the Cross"
in Hood River last Wednesday and
.Mrs. Peck and daughter, who have
spent the winter In Portland are
home for the present. They are dis
posing of their furniture. Anyone in
terested may find a list in the adver
Mr. Yan Nuys of Mount Hood and
Parkdale will fill the pulpit in the
Pine Grove Church next Sunday A.M.
at eleven o'clock. Everyone cordially
invited to attend
Mrs. G. H. Stanton and daughter
have moved out to the farm again.
Miss. Gertrude will stay in Hood Riv
er until school closes.
We were in hopes of having Miss
Alene Clark with us before thi8 but
she is still confined to her bed in
Mr. and Mrs. Frederlcksen of The
Dalles came down last week to bid
Mr. and Mrs. Tliomsen, who left for
their old home in Denmark last Wed
nesday goodbye and send messages
to their friends in the old country.
They returned home Thursday.
Mr. Wm. Robertson was quire ser-
iiusly hurt last week while coming
from town on a load of hay. Part of
the load gave way throwing him to
the ground. He Is still unable to
The members of the Sunflower
clasg who gave the comedy "Mr. Bob"
last February will reproduce the simp
in the Pine Grove Grange Hall Fri
day evening May 9, and in Parkdale
Saturday evening, May 10.
W. C. Keck attended the State Sun
day School Convention at The Dalles
last week as a delegate from Pine
Grove Sunday School and will give
a report of the same next Sunday
morning. Everyhody come to Sunday
School at 10 a. rn. and stay and hear
Mr. Van Nuys preach.
Miss Florence Clark has been
chosen queen fur the May Day festiv
les at Pine Grove school next
day, May 2nd. Kverybody is invited
to come and bring a basket dinner
after which the character procession,
the crowning of the queen, the wind
ing of the May pole, etc., will take
The W. C. T. V. will meet with Mrs.
Dennison on Thursday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin P. Bassett ofi
Springfield, Mass., are visiting at the
home of Mr. ami Mrs. Isaac Jeffries.
Business College. Miss Francis will
not return to college until next fall.
Miss Gertrude Irwin left Saturday
for Portland to visit at the home of
Robert Newhall and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsay are now
living in tents on their ranch in Oak
Grove. They expect to build in the
Mush credit is due the Ladies' Aid
for the excellent supper which they
served in the school house last Tues
day evening. Besides the supper they
sold a number of pretty aprons and
gave a short program in the evening
which was appreciated by all. The
readings of Mrs. L. Boyden were es
pecially good and she received sever
Our library in the school house has
been recently Increased by a number
of volumes from the Hood River li
brary. These books can be taken out
and returned by the people of Oak
Grove on Wednesday afternoons be
tween 2 and 4 o'clock. If the desired
books are not among these they will
be gecured from town, provided they
are in the library there.
The Titbits place is now occupied by
Mr atid Mrs. Whitehead, who bought
the property recently.
The committee which was appoint
ed to confer with the Hood River Ap
ple growers' on the matter of amal
gamation will report to the directors
Mrs. F. H. Davidson entertained'
the L'tili Dulce Club at her home last
Miss Beruice Smead of Sioux City,
The Sheppards very pleasantly en
tertained at a dinner parry last week.
Iowa, and Mrs. K. J. t u.iimius of I'ort-j consisting of Mrs. Boyed, Mrs. Folts,
laud were the guests of honor at an , and the Misses Bell, Love and Rush
informal reception given by Mrs. K.
M. Cummins the afternoon of April 24.
Those who were invited to meet Miss
Smead and Mrs. K. J. Cummins in
cluded Mesdames Hedrick, Vinton,
Stickney, Packard, Hamlin, Marsh,
piiewett, Cooper, Hussey, Detwiller,
Haynes, Cash, Clark, Adams, David
son and the Misses Hedrick, Cooper,
Vinton and Hewett.
G. C. Griffith and son, Benjie of
Portland were here for a short time
the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. S. Adumg will en
tertain for Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Smith
Thursday evening, May 1.
The current has been turned into
the new lines of the Northwestern
The first boat to make a landing at
1 he new high water dock was the
Mrs. C. M. Vinton will entertain
Monday, and Mrs. G. H. Marsh will
give a luncheon Tuesday for Miss
Bernice Smead and her sister, Mrs K.
P. I. Packard Is making a trip
through the western part of the coun
ty inspecting nursery stock.
True-to-Name Nursery has opened
an office in town on corner opposite
of the I nderwood I'nion at a meet-1 from Oregon Hotel and samples of
ing to be held at Rutin's apple house, trees can be seen in tree yard adjoln
K. J. Cummins came up from Port-'ing office. Mr. Galligan will be at the
land Friday to visit with his parents ' office Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
for a few days. days.
of Odell. The event was the happy
celebration of the engagement of
George Sheppard to Miss Kvelyn Bell.
All of their friends wish them the
best of happiness.
Arthur Hansen spent Sunday in ,
Charlie Sheppard returned last
Wednesday; from Mt. Hood.
Mrs. K. II. Moss returned Saturday
from a two week's visit with her
daughter Olive in F.ugene. She was
met in Portland and accompanied
home by her son Lloyd, who had been
In Portland for a few days.
William Sheppard returned toMt.
Hood Sunday after a few days at
Lecile Allen spent a couple of days
in Hood River last week.
The Priscilla Club will be entertain
ed this Thursday, May 1, at the home
of Mrs. Paul Hansen.
Alice Clark of Odell spent Sunday
with Bessie Johnson.
Christian and Missionary Alli.ince
Sunday School at 9:45, H. C. Diet,
superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m.
Young People's Meeting at 7:15 p. m.
Evangelistic service at 8 p. m . Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 7:4.r.
These are all gospel meetings. Our
motto: "Jesus Only." All are cord
ially invited. W. P. KIRK, pastor.
Live according to your Income anil
the ou'conie will he more happy.
John McAnhur of Minneapolis,
Minn., Is spending the spring and sum
mer at the hon.e ,,f Mr. and Mrs. F. K.
Mr. and Mis. Charles Rathhurn
came out from town last week to do
some spring work on their ranch.
Mrs. Aby II Gladen, of Chula Vista,
California, is a guest at the home of
her son, O C. Gladen.
Mrs. L. H. Arneson and children re
turned to The Dalles last Thursday
aftei a short visit with her parents,
Mr and Mrs. H. n. Lindsay.
Miss Mabel Francis came home
last week from Portland, where she'
Gilbert Implement Co.
has been a student at Behnke-Walker